I was so excited to hear about the new vitamin drink from Oxylent. I ordered mine and my children used it immediately. My son loved the drink and now makes it a point to have it every day. My oh so picky daughter thought it was ok and has it when I think about it. lol Kids are so funny. They don’t always know what’s good for them or what they should eat. That’s where our jobs as parents come in.
I just came home from running errands and they thought eating popcorn for lunch was all they needed. Ay yi yi. No, sweet children you must actually eat food. It’s funny that I actually have to be here to get them to eat the right foods. We all have those days where we don’t eat what we should. On those days it’s a relief to have oxylent on hand so I know my children are getting the vitamins that are missing in their meals.
What is Oxylent?
Children’s Oxylent is an effervescent daily multivitamin/mineral drink that nurtures, strengthens, and protects growing minds and bodies, specially formulated for ages 4 years and over. Children’s Oxylent uses the revolutionary effervescent delivery system, which offers exceptional absorption of vital nutrients. Children’s Oxylent powder can be added to 4–6 ounces of water, with or without ice, for a great-tasting, nutritious, hydrating drink in delicious Bubbly Berry Punch flavor. Best taken with meals or snack, the product is guaranteed to be free of gluten, dairy, caffeine, and artificial flavors and colors. Each box of Children’s Oxylent contains 30 stick packets that are the perfect size for lunch boxes and little hands.
Now, enter the giveaway. You know your kids could eat better and this could help them get the vitamins and minerals they need! 🙂
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Can’t wait for the giveaway to end? Want your Oxylent now? Use code AOMOXYLENT for 15% off your entire order! Order at www.oxylent.com. You can also follow them on facebook and twitter.
- All opinions are mine. I did not receive a product in exchange for a positive review.
- These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and should not be used to treat and diagnose. Please refer to your health care provider before making changes in your health plan.